Chili, France and GB : comparative perspective into eating times and meal contexts

Work meeting open to anyone who wishes to foster our questionings

Monday, 2 July 2018, 14:00-17:00

Campus Jourdan, 48 Bd Jourdan Paris 14e, Batiment Oykos, salle R2-04

This meeting aims at presenting three surveys dealing with meals which were carried out in three countries. A comparative analysis has been started between the Chilean and the French surveys and we are now considering bringing the British survey into the comparison. The first part of the afternoon will be devoted to the presentation of the three surveys (methodology and food and eating related questionnaires) in order to resolve questions and difficulties that might arise from the comparative perspective. In the second part of the afternoon, we will briefly present some of the results of the surveys that could be the subject of a comparison between the three countries.

This meeting is intended as a moment of exchange and reflection, open to anyone interested in meal issues, comparative perspectives or methodological approaches, to foster and strengthen our approach and questioning.

14:00-15:00 : Methodologies and food questionnaires

Alan Warde(University of Manchester): The SCI food and eating questionnaire (2012)

Claudia Giacoman ((Pontificia Universidad Catolica De Chile): Encuesta de Comensalidad en Adultos de la Región Metropolitana (2016)

Isabelle Parizot etAnne Lhuissier(Centre Maurice Halbwachs) : The SIRS Cohort (2010) and the food questionnaire

15:15-17:00 A few results

Alan Warde: An overview of the SCI survey findings

Claudia Giacoman: Commensality in Santiago and Paris

Anne Lhuissier: Meal schedules in Santiago and Paris


Publications on the surveys available on request (anne.lhuissier[at]

Yates, Luke, et Alan Warde. « The Evolving Content of Meals in Great Britain: Results of a Survey in 2012 in Comparison with the 1950s ». Appetite 84, no 1 (janvier 2015): 299‑308.

Yates, L., & Warde, A. (s. d.). Eating together and eating alone: meal arrangements in British households. The British Journal of Sociology, 68(1), 97‑118.

Warde, Alan, et Luke Yates. « Understanding Eating Events: Snacks and Meal Patterns in Great Britain ». Food, Culture, and Society, 24 mars 2016.

Giacoman, Claudia. « The Dimensions and Role of Commensality: A Theoretical Model Drawn from the Significance of Communal Eating among Adults in Santiago, Chile ». Appetite 107 (1 décembre 2016): 460‑70.

Giacoman, Claudia. « Eating time in Santiago, Chile: A trade-off between norms and biological and social requirements ». Time and Society à paraître (s. d.).

Lhuissier, Anne, Christine Tichit, France Caillavet, Philippe Cardon, Ana Masullo, Judith Martin-Fernandez, Isabelle Parizot, et Pierre Chauvin. « Who Still Eats Three Meals a Day? Findings from a Quantitative Survey in the Paris Area ». Appetite 63 (avril 2013): 59‑69.

Riou, Julien, Thomas Lefèvre, Isabelle Parizot, Anne Lhuissier, et Pierre Chauvin. « Is There Still a French Eating Model? A Taxonomy of Eating Behaviors in Adults Living in the Paris Metropolitan Area in 2010 ». PLoS ONE 10, no 3 (3 mars 2015): 59‑69.

Martin-Fernandez J, Caillavet F, Lhuissier A, Chauvin P. Food insecurity, a determinant of obesity? – an analysis from a population-based survey in the Paris metropolitan area, 2010. Obes Facts 2014; 7: 120-129.

Martin-Fernandez J, Grillo F, Parizot I, Caillavet F, Chauvin P. Prevalence and socioeconomic and geographical inequalities of household food insecurity in the Paris region, France, 2010. BMC Public Health 2013; 13: 486.

Caillavet, France, Gayaneh Kyureghian, Rodolfo M. Nayga, Coline Ferrant, et Pierre Chauvin. « Does Healthy Food Access Matter in a French Urban Setting? » American Journal of Agricultural Economics 97, no 5 (1 octobre 2015): 1400‑1416.


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Anne Lhuissier (2018, 20 juin). Chili, France and GB : comparative perspective into eating times and meal contexts. SOLAL. Consulté le 14 juin 2024, à l’adresse

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